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Earlier in the day, the General Civil Aviation Office (DGCA) extended the ban on international commercial flights for passengers to India until April 14, 2020 as part of efforts to check the spread of coronaviruses in the country.

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Updated: March 27, 2020 12:10 AM IST

Coronavirus outbreaks have led to shutdowns of flights and prison for up to three weeks nationwide. (Burhaan China / HT Photo)

Five special flights from Delhi’s IGI Airport will fly over 1,200 foreign nationals between March 26 and 27, ANI quoted the official airport late Thursday.

In the midst of a coronavirus epidemic that led to shutdowns and three-week cover-ups across the country, 1,245 foreign nationals from Austria, the UAE, Israel, Germany and Italy will be evacuated through five special flights, ANI reports. Flight details not shared.

Earlier in the day, the General Civil Aviation Office (DGCA) extended the ban on international commercial flights for passengers to India until April 14, 2020 as part of efforts to check the spread of coronaviruses in the country.

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